The video was posted by Martin Nobel and uses an ACVM QEMU Launcher that embeds a pre-built binary of QEMU based on the patches from Alexander Graf.
With the use of QEMU and Apple’s native hypervisor (Virtualisation.framework), we now have the ARM version of Windows 10 running as a virtual machine on the M1 Mac mini!
In this video I will be testing out the internet speed with the latest Microsoft Edge, emulating x86 (32-bit) Windows apps and running a Geekbench test. This is only the beginning of WoA virtualisation on these new Macs!
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Apple's new M1 Macs can be ordered here:
● 13-inch MacBook Air with M1 Chip - $999
● 13-inch MacBook Pro with M1 Chip - $1249 ($50 off)
● Mac mini with M1 Chip - $699
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